Compassionate Psychologist in Austin TX
Welcome! I’m so glad you’re here. As a Psychologist, I provide confidential, one-on-one counseling for adults in the Austin community. When it comes to therapy and mental health, I don’t believe in a “quick fix.” Instead, I believe in finding long-term solutions to lifelong struggles. For some clients, this could mean collaborating once a week over the span of two to three months. For other clients, this could mean a one year collaboration. In both cases, the goal is to cultivate a more peaceful mind and create lasting, positive change.
An Approach filled with Compassion, Empathy, and Respect
My therapy approach consists of gentle exploration and a variety of focused interventions. I will create a safe space in which you can recognize connections between the past and the present. I believe with increased awareness comes a more profound sense of control and an ability to act with intention.
When people seek professional help for the first time, they often feel anxious or defeated because others have told them to “just get over it.” “It” could be a recent problem, such as job-related stress or a difficult break-up, or it could be something that has been troubling you for years, such as an addiction, depression, or chronic worrying.
No matter the reason you’re seeking help, you can expect an approach filled with compassion, empathy, and respect. As a Psychologist based in Austin TX, my style is flexible and collaborative. You’ll have the freedom to discuss whatever is on your mind in a comfortable environment without feeling judged or criticized. Sometimes life gives us too much to handle on our own. Let’s work together to find solutions and unlock whatever may be holding you back from living your best life.
- Overcoming addiction & supporting you in the recovery process
- Breaking free of depression
- Taking control of your anxiety
- Building self-confidence & strengthening your self-esteem
- Reducing mental, emotional, and physical suffering with iRest Meditation
- Letting go of old patterns through Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy
What we don’t need in the midst of struggle is shame for being human.
- Brené Brown